Board of Selectmen Minutes

Meeting began at 5:58 pm.  Present were Selectmen Cloutier, Stohl and Campbell. 

Mail was reviewed.

Checks and manifests were reviewed and signed.

Jenny Mitchell entered the meeting at 6:14 to discuss final arrangements for the Clean-Up Day on Saturday.  Marcia will prepare a letter to be taken to the Transfer Station along with any items that require a disposal fee.  Ms. Mitchell left the meeting at 6:20 pm.

A Land Use Change Warrant was signed in the amount of $4,189.70 for Bengtson and Stevens.

On a motion made by Selectman Cloutier and seconded by Selectman Campbell, the Board approved the minutes of the April 28, 2021 meeting.

A vacancy on the Zoning Board of Adjustment was discussed.  Selectman Campbell placed a phone call to Stacey Campbell to see if she would be willing to serve.  On a motion made by Selectman Stohl and seconded by Selectman Cloutier, the Board appointed Mrs. Campbell as a member.

Marcia gave each Board member a statement showing monies in the Town’s accounts as of April 30, 2021.

An e-mail was received from Ben Champagne (Coos County) regarding the cost of a new roll-off container for the Transfer Station.  The Board discussed perhaps having Normandeau Trucking see what they could find for a price.  This matter will have to be discussed with Stewartstown.

Selectman Campbell reminded the members that there will be a Dispatch Center meeting in Pittsburg tomorrow night at 5:30 pm

Marcia told the Board that the problem with the Town’s on-line tax maps has been corrected by CAI Technologies.

The Board reviewed Driveway Permit applications for O’Hearn, Tewksbury and Stefanski.  One of the Board members will review each site.

A letter was received from Robert Gooch regarding mowing of the cemetery next to his house.  Marcia will write a letter to Mr. Gooch instructing him to mow it three times this summer.

Bids were opened for mowing the Town Hall and Town Office as follows:

  1. No Sweatt Mowing - $1,650.00
  2. Raymond Lavigne - $1,130.00

Bids were opened for mowing the Town cemeteries as follows:

  1. No Sweatt Mowing - $3,500.00
  2. Raymond Lavigne - $2,875.00

After much discussion, a motion was made by Selectman Cloutier and seconded by Selectman Stohl to award the bid to No Sweatt Mowing based on the fact that they were very specific as to what their services would be such as spring clean-up, trimming, etc.

Meeting adjourned at 7:55 pm.

Respectfully submitted,

Marcia Parkhurst, Secretary

Board of Selectmen